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Bhopal: A proposal has been sent to the Union government for increasing 55 seats in Madhya Pradesh's medical colleges for present post-graduate courses as well as post-graduate courses in new streams.


With the availability of these seats, the state will have more medical teachers and specialists. This information was revealed by Minister for Medical Education, Public Health & Family Welfare, Biodiversity & Biotechnology and Public Grievances Redressal Anup Mishra.


Medical Education Minister Mishra informed that at present about 400 seats of diploma and degree courses are available with 50 percent quota of the Union government. Adequate number of medical teachers are not available in the state due to lesser seats in post-graduate seats in the state's quota. With this in view, the Madhya Pradesh Government has urged the Union government to allot 16 post-graduate seats in microbiology, psychiatry, dermatology, forensic medicine and transfusion medicine. At present, post-graduate education in these streams is not available in the state's medical colleges.


The Medical Education Minister informed that the Union government has also been urged to increase 39 seats in the available post-graduate courses. These include anatomy, physiology, community medicine, pathology, ENT, surgery, medicine, gynaecology and paediatrics.


The proposal made by the state government will involve a burden of Rs. 68 crore 22 lakh 60 thousand. A team of the Union government will soon visit the state to study the proposal. Later, it will be studied by the technical committee.


















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